I haven't blogged lately as I have been in a rest period of sorts. Another calm before the storm possibly, or maybe just some much needed quiet time.
It is also because the experiences I've had lately are wonderful and personal, but not over-the-top amazing like I've described in many of my posts. I started feeling I needed to reserve my posts for just those magical moments that blew me away.
In this time, I have come to some wonderful realizations, much of which as a result of conversations with Archangels and aspects of myself.
I have gained a clearer vision of my Twin Flame, and her name is Sophia. I asked her what my spiritual name is, and she told me "Everian." I asked if I got it right, and she said "Close enough..." I actually like the name Paul, so I'm not planning to change my legal name, but I will start using my spiritual name in some cases.
I have seen many aspects of myself over the last several months, both light and dark, ordinary and extraordinary. I have gravitated to myself as a Dragon, Elf, and Galactic more than other aspects, but they are, I Am, all equally me.
Talking with my friend and spiritual brother, we have both come to the realization that we are each Archangels as well. This may seem like blasphemy to some, but we both feel deeply in our core that it is true, and neither of us wanted to share it for concern that we would look like pompous egomaniacs. The archangels I have met are not pompous, or egomaniacs, so maybe that concern really had no validity to start with.
What is important is that this realization of another aspect of myself, changes my perception of self, and how I behave. In other words, maybe I should behave like an archangel instead of just an ordinary guy.
I've had some deep conversations with Archangel Michael and Ariel, as well as Sananda about "Oneness." I have experienced brief glimpses of oneness when I have seen and experienced myself as a multidimensional being with many aspects of myself (past and future lives) existing at once (in the NOW). I asked about oneness being an end-goal (something we strive for), and what that really means. I was having a hard time imagining true oneness and feeling that such a state would seem like full expansion without growth anymore.
Full expansion which is infinitely vast, is what makes it so difficult to imagine... It seemed like being in that state would initiate a desire to experience individuality "again." This question exposes to me the idea of separation as a means to experience more of everything.
My discussion took me in a circle (i.e. it's not so bad incarnating in separation as an experience, and can be a desired and divine plan).
The important realization for me is that we can embrace and experience oneness, and all aspects of our being simultaneously, while choosing to experience any of those aspects as a focus, at any given NOW moment. Whether we choose to experience being in the illusion, or being an expanded awareness in other dimensions, is our choice, that we can change when we want.
In essence, we can be in oneness and embrace that while walking (or flying) around doing whatever we choose to do.
Oneness doesn't have to be at the exclusion of something else, and by definition can't be at the exclusion of anything, for oneness is ALL.
To me, this is an important revelation for my daily sense of who I AM, and how I perceive life is different when I'm not fixated on reaching a goal of oneness. I am already "there."